THOUGH ONLY A third of Instagram users say they get news from the app, 60 percent of those who do are nonwhite, whereas on Twitter, 60 percent of news consumers are white. Of people who rely on Snapchat for news, 63 percent are women. YetRead More
A fold-up computer screen has been unveiled by a group of researchers in Canada.
Dubbed the ‘MagicScroll’ it’s being billed as the world’s ‘first rollable tablet PC’.
The flexible display unrolls from around a cylindrical spindle into a 7.5-inch that can then be laid
One of the main reasons why many new products fail is because marketers fall prey to the concept of “one-size-fits-all.” It simply doesn’t work in marketing. 65 to 75 percent of new products have failed to generate the anticipated revenue or profit due to a one-size-fits-all approach.
The average person spends about two hours a day on social media platforms. If that sounds like a lot, it’s nothing compared to the nine daily hours the average teenager devotes to social media. As a society we’re becoming more and more addicted to posting,Read More
Technologies that have become ubiquitous in the daily lives of most Americans — from ride-sharing and dating apps to social media — are using sketchy practices and violating user privacy information, while most of us are unaware.
Why it matters: With tech becoming more
Android 9 Pie is a massive, AI-infused software update, and it’s generally a pleasure to use. The handful of features made possible by machine learning are helpful additions, but there’s much more to Pie than that. Google has done
Social media is a powerful tool that allows us to share bits and pieces of our lives from anywhere in the world — in just seconds. These channels are expanded opportunities for your brand’s voice, content and engaging interactions. When you harness the power of socialRead More
When students of Saint Louis University begin their fall semester this month, they’ll notice a new addition to the campus—hundreds of glowing blue hockey-puck robots.
The university has announced it will “deploy more than 2,300” of the devices throughout student living spaces, including in “every student
Fear of missing out, or FOMO, is an unease that exciting opportunities or events are happening without us being there. Social networks move fast, and if you’re not active, you could miss out on important news, promotions or updates.
As marketers, we can use
Apple, Google and Facebook this past week erased from their services many — but not all — videos, podcasts and posts from right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars site. Twitter left Jones’ posts untouched.
The differing approaches to Jones exposed how unevenly